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Iran controls black boxes data from Ukraine crash downloaded in Paris: TSB chair

Iran controls black boxes data from Ukraine crash downloaded in Paris: TSB chair

OTTAWA — Iran has the final say over who gets to analyze the flight data recorders from the Ukrainian passenger jet that its own Revolutionary Guard shot down in January, says the head of Canada's Transportation Safety Board.
RCMP confirm one dead, two injured in helicopter crash at Thorburn Lake, N.L.

RCMP confirm one dead, two injured in helicopter crash at Thorburn Lake, N.L.

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — One person is dead and two are injured following a helicopter crash near Thorburn Lake in Newfoundland and Labrador, the RCMP said Monday.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Monday, July 20

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Monday, July 20

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:20 p.m. on July 20, 2020: There are 111,124 confirmed cases in Canada.
No more cotton candy vaping products for youth, B.C. to restrict sales

No more cotton candy vaping products for youth, B.C. to restrict sales

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has followed through on a promise to try to stop young people from vaping with regulations that prevent the sale of products that taste like anything but nicotine.
Rock slide ruled out: No cause yet for bus crash that killed three near glacier

Rock slide ruled out: No cause yet for bus crash that killed three near glacier

COLUMBIA ICEFIELD, Alta. — RCMP say no cause has been found yet for a tourist bus rollover near a glacier in Jasper National Park that killed three people and injured 24, although a rock slide has been ruled out.
Scheer calls Liberals' choice to give WE contract 'corruption or incompetence'

Scheer calls Liberals' choice to give WE contract 'corruption or incompetence'

OTTAWA — The Opposition Conservatives accused the Liberal government of either corruption or ignorance Monday as they pressed for more answers around a decision to hand control over a major student grant program to an organization with longtime ties
Child-care cash to help with urgent COVID-19 needs in sector, Hussen says

Child-care cash to help with urgent COVID-19 needs in sector, Hussen says

OTTAWA — The federal minister in charge of the government's child-care agenda says the Liberals won't abandon the sector once urgent, pandemic-related funding runs out before the end of the economic fallout from COVID-19.
B.C. officer in off-duty disturbance not expected to survive: Abbotsford police

B.C. officer in off-duty disturbance not expected to survive: Abbotsford police

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — A British Columbia police officer is on life support in hospital and a spokeswoman for the Abbotsford Police Department says the man is not expected to survive. Sgt. Judy Bird says Const.
Ottawa police constable charged in death of Black man acted reasonably: defence

Ottawa police constable charged in death of Black man acted reasonably: defence

An Ottawa police officer charged in the death of a Black man acted according to his training and the information available to him at the time during the confrontation four years ago, his lawyers argued Monday. Lawyers representing Const.
'Grim work:' Climate-change clock ticking on world's polar bears

'Grim work:' Climate-change clock ticking on world's polar bears

The climate-change clock is ticking on the world's polar bears and a group of Canadian and U.S. scientists say they've determined when that time will run out.